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On 1 January 2010, the 26 old districts (German: Amtsbezirke, French: districts) were combined into 10 new districts (German: Verwaltungskreise, French: arrondissement administratif):[1] They are grouped into five regions (German: Verwaltungsregionen). As of 2007[update] there were 396 municipalities of the canton of Bern. Contents 1 Districts 2010 2 Districts 2009 3 Maps 1978 - 2010 4 References Districts 2010 Districts of the canton of Bern New district (Verwaltungskreis) Capital Region Former district(s) (Amtsbezirk) Bern-Mittelland Ostermundigen Bern-Mittelland all or part of Bern, Fraubrunnen, Konolfingen, Laupen, Schwarzenburg and Seftigen Biel/Bienne Biel/Bienne Seeland all of Biel and about half of Nidau Emmental Langnau im Emmental Emmental-Oberaargau all or part of Burgdorf, Signau and Trachselwald Frutigen-Niedersimmental Frutigen Bernese Oberland all or part of Frutigen and Niedersimmental Interlaken-Oberhasli Interlaken Bernese Oberland all or part of Interlaken and Oberhasli Jura bernois Courtelary Jura Bernois Region all or part of Courtelary, Moutier and La Neuveville Oberaargau Wangen an der Aare Emmental-Oberaargau all or part of Aarwangen and Wangen Obersimmental-Saanen Saanen Bernese Oberland all of Obersimmental and Saanen Seeland Aarberg Seeland all or part of Aarberg, Büren, Erlach and Nidau Thun Thun Bernese Oberland all of Thun Districts 2009 Districts of the canton of Bern The canton of Bern is also subdivided into 26 districts (German: Amtsbezirke; French: districts), which have no more administrative or political significance since the introduction of the new larger administrative subdivisions listed above. The districts are: Aarberg with capital Aarberg Aarwangen with capital Aarwangen Bern with capital Bern Biel with capital Biel Büren with capital Büren an der Aare Burgdorf with capital Burgdorf Courtelary with capital Courtelary Erlach with capital Erlach Fraubrunnen with capital Fraubrunnen Frutigen with capital Frutigen Interlaken with capital Interlaken Konolfingen with capital Konolfingen Laupen with capital Laupen Moutier with capital Moutier La Neuveville with capital La Neuveville Nidau with capital Nidau Niedersimmental with capital Wimmis Oberhasli with capital Meiringen Obersimmental with capital Blankenburg Saanen with capital Saanen Schwarzenburg with capital Schwarzenburg Seftigen with capital Belp Signau with capital Langnau im Emmental Thun with capital Thun Trachselwald with capital Trachselwald Wangen with capital Wangen an der Aare Maps 1978 - 2010 Amtsbezirke until 31 December 1978 Amtsbezirke until 31 December 1993 Amtsbezirke until 31 December 2009 References ^ (2009) Amtliches Gemeindeverzeichnis der Schweiz, Mutationsmeldungen 2009 / Répertoire officiel des communes de Suisse, Mutations 2009 / Elenco ufficiale dei Comuni della Svizzera, Mutazione 2009. Federal Statistical Office. Docket nden. (Report). Retrieved 6 March 2010. v · d · e Subdivisions of the canton of Bern Regions Bernese Mittelland · Bernese Oberland · Emmental-Oberaargau Region · Jura Bernois Region · Seeland Districts Bern-Mittelland · Bernese Jura · Biel/Bienne · Emmental · Frutigen-Niedersimmental · Interlaken-Oberhasli · Oberaargau · Obersimmental-Saanen · Seeland · Thun Districts of Switzerland · Municipalities of the canton of Bern v · d · e Subdivisions of Switzerland     Aargau Appenzell Ausserrhoden Appenzell Innerrhoden Basel-Stadt Basel-Landschaft Bern Fribourg Geneva Glarus Graubünden Jura Lucerne Neuchâtel Nidwalden Obwalden Schaffhausen Schwyz Solothurn St. Gallen Thurgau Ticino Uri Valais Vaud Zug Zürich Regions · Cantons · Districts · Municipalities (List · Former)